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A Handy Guide For Your Survival

According to the Mayan calendar this world is going to end in 2012, the last date is December 21st, 2012. A lot of other people are also anticipating a traumatized end of this world that would change everything and the existence of human beings will be in books only. Whether or not these predictions are [...]

The Avalanche That Practically Killed Coombs

Avalanches come unexpected causing many deaths in the icy mountains. Sudden storms are one of the major causes of this natural disaster that leaves no chance for people in its path for survival. Colby Coombs was one of the very few people who have survived an encounter with avalanche. He practically rose out of the [...]

Hiking and Backpacking Risk Management

The current scenario is such that the awareness campaigns have taken the toll all over the world. Media is the greatest supporter here, who is very active in spreading this awareness about various things. One such awareness that the countless television programs as well as other guides have been doing is to explain to the [...]

Survival Water For Renters

Water is of course the very basis of survival: if you can’t get water all of your other efforts are going to be for nothing. You can survive for a week or more without food, but dehydration can kill you in three days. A lot of survival advice focuses on homeowners or those with deep [...]

Things To Carry In Survival Backpack

A hiking backpack can make your trip hassle-free and more enjoyable because it carries all your essential hiking tools. It is vital that you find the right kind of bag that is spacious enough to stuff in the materials required for outdoor activities. This bag won’t just be used for hiking purposes; you may carry [...]

Backpack, Sleeping Bag and Tent: Prerequisites For Survival

When you think of going for camping or mountaineering to some adventurous place, there are so many things you need to list down that you will require to survive during the days of adventure. Survival tools like instant food, pocket water filters, first aid kit, fire starters, pocket knife, backpacks, tents and many other items [...]

Emergency Shelter Tent

Shelter is one of your biggest priorities during an emergency situation. In some scenarios you’ll be able to continue sheltering in your very own home, in the home of a friend or family member, or in a hotel room. However, there are some scenarios where none of these options will be available to you. Tornados [...]

For Your Survival Bookshelf: Feasting Free on Wild Edibles by Bradford Angier

Knowledge is an important survival tool, which means that books with good, solid information inside of them can be some of your most important preps. Feasting Free on Wild Edibles by Bradford Angier is one such book. Not only do you get comprehensive information on most every wild plant that you can think of but [...]

Hanging Between Life And Death

The thrill of climbing rock and ice in Alaska where there are at least 50,000 glaciers and over 4500 m high mountains. Nothing could keep Nappi aged 25 from Pennsylvania and Butler aged 29 from Georgia from pursuing their passion once they both met as guiding tourists on the Matanuska Glacierk. They were good as [...]

We Survived A Deadly Hurricane

Hurricane Ike struck in 2008 causing great havoc. My wife and I were then in Bolivar Peninsula. Under any emergency, we help everyone else around before getting on ourselves as we had a wrecker service. This time around, we were stranded as the storm surged in earlier than expected washing away the only bridge to [...]

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